Tottenham have announced that young duo Danny Rose and Kyle Walker have signed one-year contract extentions with the club.
Both were involved in England’s ill-fated U21 European Championship campaign and have agreed new deals upon their return for Spurs pre-season training.
Walker spent last season on loan with QPR and Aston Villa making 38 appearances while his impressive form saw him called up to the England senior squad along with the Spanish media dubbing the 21-year-old the right-footed Roberto Carlos.
He is now expected to challenge Vedran Corluka and Alan Hutton for a starting right-back place.
Rose also spent time out on loan last season, making 17 appearances for Championship side Bristol City.
The 21-year-old played the remaining four league games for Spurs in the absense of Benoit Assou-Ekotto and impressed playing at left-back.
Rose shot to fame in 2010 after scoring a memorable volley against Arsenal in his Premier League debut.
Walker’s contract will now expire in 2016 while Rose will remain at White Hart Lane until at least 2015.